What Moves the Invisible Hand: The Unaddressed Linkages Between the Psychological Study of Religion and Managerial Behaviour
Article publication date: 1 March 1992
Years ago, Henry D. Lloyd defined religion as being the “conscience in action.” The concept of religion is one which is indeed completely individualised in both perspective and importance. However, as Bailey (1983) observed, the very basis for theology lies in the explanatory power of religion when examined through the perspective of psychology. Byron (1988) saw a theological basis to the functions of management and entrepreneurship, linking these activities to the religious duty of stewardship.
Wyld, D.C., Cappel, S.D. and Hallock, D.E. (1992), "What Moves the Invisible Hand: The Unaddressed Linkages Between the Psychological Study of Religion and Managerial Behaviour", Management Research News, Vol. 15 No. 3, pp. 1-8. https://doi.org/10.1108/eb028196
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